Toni Castells - A story

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beginnings

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1970s/80s - Childhood

I was born in Berga (Spain) to a non musical and non artistic family. Listening to ABBA's Chiquitita as a 3 yr-old changed my life. It was the theme tune to a popular Spanish TV show at the time, and whenever it came on I was transfixed: I knew those sounds were my thing. Aged 4, officially too young to be accepted, I joined the local music school where I started learning this mysterious art.

 
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1990s - Teens

Aged 13 I formed my first band with local friends, Herzia, in which I played the keyboards and occasionally sang (badly). We grew up together and stayed together for 10 years. We eventually got signed in 1998 by Spanish indie label AZ Records. We released our first and only album 'Coses que Passen' in 1999. Despite of the fact that it didn't cause much of a stir and went largely unnoticed, highly respected music magazine 'Popular 1' named it as one of the best releases of 1999.

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1998 - Musiclan

Aged 18 I enrolled into La Salle University as a career in music wasn't an option for me at the time. After graduating with top grades in Telecommunications and Electronic Engineering 5 years later, I got a job as a tea boy at Musiclan, Spain's newly built and flavour of the month recording studios.

I was thrown in at the deep end from day one. Even though I had no idea what I was doing, intuitively I started recording most of my teen musical heroes now my clients, quickly learning how to make records and the invisible codes of music making and the recoding industry.

My attempts to balance an extremely intense studio schedule with being member of Herzia burned me out completely. In the summer of the year 2000 I escaped to London in search of some breathing space and new horizons.

 

London

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2000 - Jose Maria Cano

I arrived to a fresh and showery London in August 2000 and checked myself into a B&B in Earl's Court, sharing a small room with 4 others. Snoring sounds kept me awake at night but a combination of adrenaline and excitement kept me wide awake during the day. I combined searching for rare bootleg recordings with drinking pints and getting lost and meandering the city. 

Serendipity soon placed Spanish pop legend José María Cano into my path. Member of 80s superband Mecano, he had established himself in London in the 90s and was looking for someone to help him complete his first solo album. It had to be me. I moved from my B&B to his townhouse in Holland Park where I exchanged my snoring partners for Schnabels, Warhols and Basquiats. It took us 6 months to complete JoseCano (Muxxic 2000).

I kept working for José María on other projects such as the Centenary Anthem for Real Madrid, sung by Plácido Domingo. He became a big influence and later a good friend, he opened the doors of London to me and also a rare opportinity to witness his genius at work. 

 

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2001 - Royal College of Music

In 2001 I manage to secure a dream job as Assistant Engineer at the recording studios at the Royal College of Music.

There I finally find a stable home. I stay at the RCM for 5 years, combining studio work with live recordings of the various RCM ensembles and opera productions. I meet and befriended the most incredible emerging talent and at the same time I had the opportunity to record classical superstars such as conductors Lorin Maazel and Sir Roger Norrington.

 

(2001-2007)  - finding my voice

 Me and Beth Rodergas in the studio.

Me and Beth Rodergas in the studio.

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Unharmed (2006)

It was during my time at the Royal College of Music when I finally found the stability to start writing again. In 2006 I managed to release my debut solo album 'Unharmed' (2006), an album in which I started my exploration of blending Western classical traditions with popular music, two strands that up to that point had run in parallel in my life, never intersecting. 'Unharmed' (2006) was initially released under the artistic name Momo. 

In it, I collaborated with marvelous Spanish singer Beth who happened to spend some time in London around those years. Beth had represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 where she finished 8th. No Spanish artist has done better on Eurovision since. She was referred by British commentator Terry Wogan as Kylie Minogue in dreadlocks. The album also featured X-Factor finalist Roberta Howett

It made it to the top 20 of the iTunes Electronica charts on its release.

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Bush Hall (2007)

In 2007 I decided to convert 'Unharmed' (2006) into a live show in collaboration with the Sacconi String Quartet and photographer Conor Masterson, who used his photographic archive to create an intriguing visual backdrop. 

The self-produced show had a soft premiere on the 12th of June of 2007 at the Roxy Bar and Screen in London. It was finally premiered on the 23rd of July of 2007 at Bush Hall, also in London. 

'Live at Bush Hall' (2008) is the live recording of that performance. The show was performed several more times across the UK and Europe. 

Specialised music reviewer Whisperin & Hollerin gave it 8 out of 10 stars and Julia Stuart from The Independent  wrote a feature on it on the printed edition of newspaper entitled 'Pop goes Mozart'.

 

Live Performance Data

  • Roxy Bar and Screen (London) - 12th June 2007 - free entryaudience 40+
  • Bush Hall (London) - 23rd July 2007 - audience 95 - PR by Zest - see report on your right.
  • Ginglik (London) - 14th May 2008 - audience 30+
  • The Bedford (London) - 15th May 2008 - audience 40+
  • The Cuckoo Club (London) - 10th Sept 2008 - audience 80+ 
  • Roadtrip (London) - 11th Sept 2008 - audience 50+ 
  • The Stables (Milton Keynes) - 12th Sept 2008 - Dawson Breed Music Promoter - audience 50+
  • FNAC (Barcelona) - 19 Sept 2008 - promotional gig - audience 50+ 
  • MMVV Festival (Barcelona) - 20 Sept 2008 - audience 200+
  • Casino (Barcelona) - 25th April 2009 - audience 150+
  • Formentera (Spain) - 23rd July 2009 - open air concert - audience 500+
  • UNNIM Auditorium (Barcelona) - 17th Sept 2010 - audience 250+

Bush Hall | Zest PR | Performance review

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(2010) - an interlude

 
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1.60.3600 (2011)

Original Soundtrack of Robert Cameron’s play '1.60.3600' (2007). Created through a long process of real life interviews and prolonged improvisations with actors, the director weaved four worlds into a new and unique theatrical event where conventional use of space and time were questioned. It was performed at the Regent's Park Studio and Young Vic.


(2011-2018) - a trilogy

PART 1: birth

Oratori (Sexual Intercourse) ft Rebecca Nelsen

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Creation (2011)

By 2009 I was intensely working on new material. I recall it was the first time I felt I had a glimpse at the artistic voice I had been searching for all those years. Those two parallel lines were finally not just colliding but intertwining creating beautiful and distinct patterns I had never heard before. 

Also by that time I had become increasingly interested in the transcendental aspect of reality. I was moving through an existentialist phase, unavoidable rite of passage of any artist I imagine.

Creation was released in 2011 and compiled compositions that explored my new obsession with our origin and purpose as a species. I explored the birth of life as we know it, the role of sex in the creation of life and the fact that our genes will never naturally exist in the same combination again, making every human being completely unique.

Here I started my collaboration with American soprano Rebecca Nelsen, lead soprano at Volksoper and labelled ‘a star’ by the Wall Street Journal. I was introduced to Rebecca by Michael Haas, multi Grammy Award winning producer for Georg Solti and Pavarotti amongst others who had become and admirer of my work. 

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Life from Light (2012)

In 2012 I adapted Creation for live presentation in the form of Life from Light, my second self-produced live show which I premiered at Union Chapel on the 15th of November 2012.

Taking the name from the eponymous BBC documentary series (BBC 2012) that described the origins of Life on planet Earth, here I envisaged to create a powerful and moving live experience to capture the depth and transcendence of the themes I explored in Creation, the nature of human beings and the question of their ultimate origin. 

Nature sounds such as birdsong, wind swirls and water textures were used as a sonic backdrop to the entire length of the piece, as if the performance was taking place in nature itself. I also created bespoke video art created in collaboration with London based video artist and RCA graduate Thomas Yeomans to create a more immersive experience.

'Life from Light' | Union Chapel | Trailer.

'Life from Light' | Union Chapel | Full

Union Chapel Data

  • 117 tickets sold
  • 68 comps
  • 185 audience
  • Press coverage on the Independent, the Independent on Sunday, Times of India, Time Out, Islington Gazette and RT.com
  • 24,525 views on YouTube (4th Nov 2017)
 Times of India (2012)

Times of India (2012)

 
  • It was fabulous Toni...well done!
    — Jim Mellon
  • Thank you for a beautiful night. Music an visuals was stunning. The hair on my back stood up 6-7 times and I smiled many more times. So many dimensions. Congratulations.
    — LC Kvaal
  • Amazing show Toni. You are the expression of that light of this big, wide and surprising world.
    — Carolina Busina
  • Congratulations!!! What a wonderful show!!! Wow...We really enjoyed it!
    — Teresa Costa Alfares
  • Just want to congratulate on the fantastic event last night, such an inspiration! My body, mind and spirit are buzzing today. Keep up the great work and please also let us know how things develop!
    — Christiana Soderberg
  • It was absolutely incredible, beautiful venue, stunning photos and the most spine tingling music - thank you very much for a wonderful evening. Please show it again so I can invite all my friends to go!
    — Cecilia Desmond
  • I feel honoured to have been part of this. Every piece was so beautiful, and everything came together so wonderfully.
    — Adam John Williams
  • Toni, it was just amazing! Love your music! I believed in you that show will be wonderful - and I have no doubts that more successful shows will follow! You are superstar!!!!
    — Natasha Faeh
  • I was mesmerised and inspired by Toni’s opera "Life from Light" - I have not had such a perfect night of beauty for a long time. Traviata is beautiful, Tosca is very sad - “Life from Light” makes every breath we take, every blink we make ...every heart beat count. I have not been taken by the power of music so much for a long time. Conventions are there to be broken.
    — Stasya Free
  • Congratulations Toni! Great night, it was a success! Ambitious project and very well accomplished, the score was absolutely beautiful and the visuals too!! Amazing performers too. Bravo!!!
    — Maria Chiara di Bernardo
  • What a gig! It all came together to give an awesome show in a fantastic venue - looking forward to visiting union chapel again - some fantastic music played brilliantly - congratulations on a great show.
    — Andrew Bourbon
  • "Life From Light" was ABSOLUTELY AMAZING. Congratulations Toni and the rest of the team for an excellent concert!
    — Martin Stephens
  • It was an amazing show Toni, well done! An astounding achievement.
    — Sophie Edmonds
  • Congratulations for the show. It was amazing!! I can't wait to see the next show! Great music and great atmosphere…breathless!
    — Stefania Pileri
  • OMG your opera was just sensational, I absolutely loved it. Congratulations it was truly incredible, the music, the video, the singers, the musicians, the venue, the lighting, the acoustics, the visuals, the actors…everything! I hope it is a huge success for you. You must be very proud, it was truly wonderful.
    — Nadia Brydon
  • Amazing production, I loved it! Music is genius and together with the images they take you to a completely different place and make you feel all sort of emotions. Congratulations!
    — Olga Rabasso
  • I loved it, it was very moving and a night I will remember forever - well done!
    — Krystal Nash
  • Beautiful, just beautiful, and inspirational. Thank you.
    — Martin Jefferies
  • I was really impressed and really enjoyed the show, it all held together really well and your music is beautiful.
    — Carleen Ebbs
  • Magnificent.
    — Sydney Levinson
  • Amazing, it made me tearful, it was beautiful...
    — Charlie Evans
  • It was beautiful…
    — Minako Kano
  • I absolutely loved it!! The music coupled together with the images were mesmerising. The people you brought together - it all worked beautifully. Congratulations!
    — Jacinta Kelly
  • It was so incredible, just sensational. I want people to see it…so so impressed!
    — Hayley Kennedy
  • It is staggering the power imbued in a live performance.
    — Josephine Sundt
  • I enjoyed it immensely. Great tunes, but also the depth of complex harmonies, performed very well indeed. Would love to hear it again.
    — Alex Brown
  • It was amazing, I really enjoyed it!
    — Annette Abendanon
  • Wonderful night, such a success, the work was brilliant.
    — Henry Conway
  • Pretty savage…I have been a DJ/Producer for the past decade and I have seen quite a lot of gigs. That was one of my favourite in London. I was lost in it at one stage, always a good sign!
    — Eoin Long

Pure Potential ft Meeta Raval + Yelfris Valdes

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Life from Light (2014)

Life from Light was readapted in 2014 by invitation of Tete-a-Tete Opera and sponsored by Arts Council England who awarded me one of their Grants for the Arts. Whereas my work cannot be described as traditional opera, the operatic voices I use in my music allowed for the piece to be included as part of their Summer Festival.

Life from Light was performed over two nights at London’s Kings Place Hall One in August 2014 becoming the most successful event in the Festival that year. For these performances I collaborated with sopranos Meeta Raval and Camilla Kerslake. Meeta was a finalist at the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2011, winning the Dame Eva Turner Prize for “a soprano with dramatic potential” and the inaugural prize-winner at the Royal Academy of Music Pavarotti Prize

I also had the opportunity to collaborate with Cuban jazz trumpeter Yelfris Valdés, member of Carlos Acosta’s band for Royal Opera House' sellout show Cubanía and one of the most gifted performers of his generation.

Kings place data

  • 381 tickets sold
  • 53 comps
  • 434 audience
  • Press coverage on London Evening Standard, Mail on Sunday, Metro, Music Week and Islington Gazette.
  • 19,496 YouTube views (4th Nov 2017)
 Islington Gazette (2014)

Islington Gazette (2014)


PART 2: DEATH

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Slaves of Time (2015)

This album explores my growing obsession with destiny, time and man’s obsession to try and control both. The album is more fractured than my previous work, reflecting some fractures that were occuring in my personal life.

The album features again Rebecca Nelsen's operatic voice. 

 

Slaves of Time ft Rebecca Nelsen

2045 | St James's Piccadilly | Trailer

2045 | St James's Piccadilly | Full

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2045 (2017)

In 2017 I adapted Slaves of Time for live presentation in the form of 2045, my third live piece which I premiered at St James's Piccadilly on the 6th of July 2016. It was further performed at Cowdray Park on the 9th of July 2016.

2045 is an exploration of death using the paradigm of Technological Singularity - this new era in which man and machine will finally merge allowing us to prolong life indefinitely - as evidence of man's obsession to overcome death. In writing the piece I researched dozens of accounts of Near Death Experiences (a particular account by Dr. Mary Neal is actually embedded into the piece) together the perspective on death of many Eastern Philosophical and Shamanic traditions. 

They all share the same idea that our soul is immortal and that we should therefore not fear death. Writing 2045 was my way of dealing with my fear of dying. 

2045 DATA

  • 158 tickets sold in advance St James's
  • 36 tickets sold at the door St James's
  • 43 comps St James's
  • 78 guests at Cowdray Park
  • 315 audience
  • Press coverage on BBC Radio 3, The Guardian, Tatler, Schmopera and Bonsall Peak Advertiser.
  • 20,878 YouTube views (4th Nov 2017)
 The Guardian Music Guide (2017)

The Guardian Music Guide (2017)

  • I just loved this work – its ability to combine music, word and experience into something that is beyond cinema, stage and traditional concerts. It’s a truly consuming 3-D experience with music that is moving, expressive and utterly compelling. Can’t wait to hear it again. Utterly absorbing.
    — Michael Haas
  • Wonderful compositional skills! It's rare these days with contemporary classical composition.
    — Alexandre Tannous
  • It’s been a long time since I connected so much & was moved by a piece of music since Rachmaninov n3. Your music is pouring directly from above.
    — Sasha Tueva
  • It was sensational and loved every moment…
    — Marina Cowdray
  • Touched my senses and filled my soul...beautiful music!
    — Francesca Bristol
  • Such a memorable evening, the music was remarkably enjoyable and have been telling so many friends how super it was.
    — Derek Bell MBE
  • Oh my!!! It is so beautiful. Listening to this piece brought a sense of peace and fulfilment within my very being, I have never experienced this before. It is very beautiful…
    — Anne Dale
  • I felt like his music was transporting me to a place where the answers that couldn’t be expressed in words lived and breathed. I loved it...so moving...a truly wonderfully haunting experience.
    — Megg Nicol
  • Superb, magnificent, moving, beautifully composed and performed.
    — Miel de Botton
  • 2045 is incredible...I imagined it being the soundtrack to the next sci-fi blockbuster. Loved the pieces of narrative you’d placed over the top and just how varied it was with vocals, electric and acoustic instruments.
    — Patrick Drake
  • Special...I literally have never heard anything like it before, both powerful and mesmerising.
    — Tracy Portman
  • The whole experience was so stunningly uplifting. A night I will remember for a long time.
    — Tamara Gray
  • It’s beautiful, other-worldly and uplifting...I particularly liked the soaring voices above the spoken word.
    — William Thuillier
  • Within the first seconds of the music starting, I was captivated. For a full hour, my mind was blown away by the eerie, deep and intense performance. The whole piece perfectly balanced lightness and strength. It carried a spirituality that moved me to the core. Magnificent. I had not heard something so powerful in a long, long, long time.
    — Virginie Bonfils-Bedos
  • The concert was really quite extraordinary and very moving.
    — Sandy Norman
  • What a wonderful, wonderful evening, so completely 'wow'. The lyrics were so beautiful. I have kept the programme and dip in it every now and then to remind myself of something very special.
    — Joanna von Shenk
  • Toni took us all on an incredible journey.
    — Annabel Bosher
  • What a joy it was to be lifted by such exquisite songs and music. To reach such heights of imagination and pleasure is a rare thing.
    — Carol Lawrence
  • It was a night we will never forget...just amazing.
    — Nick & Catherine English
  • My husband Paul and I came to your amazing performance of “2045” at St James’s Piccadilly and were absolutely blown away. It was beautiful, stirring, haunting and uplifting...intoxicating. Such an interesting theory behind the composition too…and I love the spirituality of the lyrics.
    — Emma Ohea
  • I thought it was one of the most beautiful pieces of music, so moving and inspirational.
    — Sophie Warre
  • It was quite unforgettable and very beautiful experience. Afterwards, even the countryside looked quite luminously altered. Thank you again.
    — Penelope Tree
  • It was really a high experience and so uplifting...the lease is running out so wonderful to be reminded by such wise men as Watts that we should not fear death.
    — Peter Meadows
  • Magnificent and I am keen to relive it!  It was moving and profound.
    — David Hopkin
  • Still floating in the magnitude of the music. I reread the lyrics last night and am even keener to somehow find and relive the music. Exquisite.
    — Rebecca Miskin
  • It was wonderful from start to finish, I was so inspired by Toni's work.
    — Guy Burgs
  • Angelic music...amazing. Truly incredible.
    — Tina Tsang
  • It was wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!! Deeply moving, extraordinary & stirring...took everyone to a special realm. Daniele & I loved it.
    — James Nicholls
  • What a superb evening we had - such a moving and wonderfully profound and thought provoking creation. Absolutely beautiful and transporting.
    — Didi
  • Congratulations again on a fantastic evening - hope you feel proud of results. As I mentioned, the audience members I spoke to (and our ushers) were bowled over by it - so it was a very impressive feat for you to pull all aspects of it together so successfully.
    — David McCleery
  • Amazing...goosebumps…
    — LC
  • Beautiful music, it has touched my soul again and again. I felt transported to a world where only love exists.
    — Paola Bay
  • Dearest Toni just to tell you how spellbound I was by your celestial music...this particular opera will travel far and wide, touching the heart of many around the world…
    — Claudia Navone
  • Absolutely magical, brilliant, deeply moving musical feast!! Florina and I absolutely loved it and it was a wonderful and uplifting evening. Everyone I spoke felt the same. Bravissimo!!!
    — Peter Adler
  • What a wonderful concert, truly awesome and inspiring. Very moving. Everyone I spoke to loved every minute of your beautiful music. Can’t wait to hear it again!
    — Jose Fonseca
  • Fabulous music…
    — Dick Kries
  • Stunning and incredibly moving concert. I was BLOWN away with how powerful it was. Words can not describe your talent.
    — Bethany Russell
  • I was absolutely blown away by the performance. I found it deeply, deeply moving as well as sublime, beautiful and inspiring. *PLEASE* can there be another performance soon?!? There are so many more people I would like to bring!!
    — Venetia Appelbe
  • I thoroughly enjoyed it. I thought it was magical.
    — Pierre Decote
  • Captivating performance.
    — Maxine Hamilton Stubber
  • Spellbinding! I absolutely loved it! I was moved and it was UNBELIEVABLY BEAUTIFUL! The whole composition and combination of artists playing was MAGIC!! Congratulations.
    — Helen Park-Weir
  • Thank you for a splendid evening. The music was blissful. It's an emotive and thought provoking work, I'm so glad I came.
    — Vardatta Singh-Khalsa
  • A wonderful concert - it was so profound and a great pleasure to hear.
    — Fi Prentice
  • I was blown away!
    — Alanna FitzGerald
  • It was incredible, really brilliant.
    — Roberta Howett
  • The most incredible music creation I have ever heard. I would love to hear it again soon!
    — Inga Pivena
  • Your work is MAGNIFICENT! SUBLIME!
    — Virginie Bonfils-Bedos
  • A Triumph!
    — Peter Rudnick
  • Insanely beautiful, everything about the performance blew my mind.
    — Jess Segal
  • Loved it, such a beautiful piece.
    — Annabel Thrower
  • What a beautiful beautiful concert. I thought it was unbelievably amazing and powerful. I really loved it!
    — Georgie Gerrish
  • It was magic, really so so beautiful. Giant goosebumps...loved it.
    — Katie Stone
  • Such an impressive piece of music!!! Well done.
    — Tamara Palamakumbura
  • An electro-oratorio smorgasbord of futuristic musical concepts and artistic patterns as old as nature itself. New music to be excited about. I think you've done a beautiful job of capturing the zeitgeist in terms of the balance between new horizons from technology and perpetual human quandaries, through a medium that is both classical and pop. Just genius. I'm deeply impressed and moved.
    — Peter Lewin
  • Wonderfully moving show. Congratulations Toni Castells, my friends were really inspired by it.
    — Marie Angel
  • Beautiful, provocative, haunting, poignant. I want to see/hear it again! Thank you.
    — Laura Bridge
  • Was such an amazing show and performance, it was truly perfect. Touched my soul.
    — Claudia Bergman
  • What an amazing night of music! Thanks for reminding me to take some time out of my busy life to listen, open my heart and reflect on our existence. Really love your work.
    — Maria-Chiara di Bernardo
  • It was truly moving.
    — Quentin Holland
  • R. and I loved 2045. We were really moved. Congratulations.
    — Emma Passmore
  • It was an overwhelming experience to listen to your music in St. James’s. I felt it left everyone deeply touched, hard to escape the depth of the lyrics and samples.
    — Erik Holzinger
  • It was incredible; so intricately woven. Thank you!!!
    — Melissa Eisdell
  • Hauntingly beautiful & thought provoking, thank you for a wonderful evening
    — Kate Pardoe
  • Our warmest congratulations on an absolutely fantastic and amazing performance. I cannot begin to comprehend how you put the whole thing together, it is truly impressive. Well done and we hope your opera goes from strength to strength.
    — Edward Heaton
  • It was absolutely beautiful. Congratulations.
    — Agi La
  • Thank you for a marvellous masterpiece, it was wonderful bravo!
    — Anika Valentina Maric
  • It was absolutely fantastic!!! Incredible piece. Blessed to have been there.
    — Lee Atkins
  • So spine tingling-ly wonderful, exceeded all my already very high expectations.
    — Wink Bankes
  • Amazing event and happening you created and executed stunningly well. You should be really proud of yourself for your integrity, vision and profound sincere spirit.
    — Alex Goulding
  • Thank you for such a wonderful evening. It really was a spectacular concert that deeply resonated with me on so many different levels, a very moving and thought provoking performance. Well done! Look forward to the next one!
    — Catherine Crawley
  • The best concert ticket I have purchased this year! Took form and it was eloquent.
    — Jean-Herve Nedelec
  • I absolutely loved the event, such a beautiful and thought provoking event, congratulations!
    — Holly Presdee
  • Enjoyed it immensely!
    — Dhivya Venkat
  • I loved it. It is genre transcending and therefore difficult to describe or compare to anything else, so I can only talk about how it made me feel. I was transported away to another world, reminded of my own mortality, and of the fact that that there is hope and purpose in death and new life. A really magical piece of music. Well done!
    — Sam Coffield

Part 3: (what happens in between) life.

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Savior Programs (2017)

Savior Programs is an exploration of sampled vocals, using Persian and Middle Eastern influences, deep 808s and sharp cello based string arrangements. 

 

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